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Invention to Innovation Center

The I²C space combines three interconnected elements: shared workspace, co-working community, and collaborative co-creation.

An environment that:

  • Promotes collaboration, openness, community, accessibility, and sustainability
  • Acts as the stimuli and catalyst of knowledge sharing, serendipity, and accumulation, as well as the vehicle for co-creation and co-development

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Open to...

The I²C is open to anyone looking to learn about entrepreneurship, explore a technology based venture, participate in I²C events, and be a part of the I²C entrepreneurial community.

Participants can be categorized as follows:

  1. Permanent: an individual or company looking for office space at the I²C incubator.
  2. Virtual: moonlighting entrepreneur or startup looking to engage with I²C with limited or no physical access to I²C office or co-working spaces.
  3. Co-working: startup, small business, or freelancer who does not want the overhead and commitment of an office lease, needs a temporary professional work environment, and wants access I²C flexible space including the use of:
    • Modern co-working tables, lounge chairs, and common areas
    • Conference and meeting rooms (as available)
    • Wi-Fi, power, and high-speed fiber connection
    • I²C as a business address with mailbox facility (as available)
    • Shared office equipment (copier, fax, scanner, etc.)

In addition to the participants described above, I²C will be open to visitors including UAH students and faculty, tenant guests, event participants, and others who plan to visit I²C from time to time.


UAH | Huntsville, AL


45,000 sq. ft.

  • 1st floor:
    15,000 sq.ft. of prime flexible co-working, events and community engagement space
  • 2nd & 3rd floor:
    total 30,000 sq.ft. of plug and play, incubation / office space
  • Common spaces:
    conference and meeting rooms, cafeteria, classrooms, lobby, etc.
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